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NEP UK SERVES WIMBLEDON FOR A FURTHER FOUR YEARS Posted: 27/07/2017

NEP UK Broadcast Services today announces it has secured a further four years to provide technical Host Broadcast Services for The Championships at Wimbledon. The contract will see NEP UK continue its long-standing 35-year relationship with The All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) to deliver technical facilities for its in house production of The Championships as part of Wimbledon Broadcast Services.

Tags: NEP | Wimbledon | Outside Broadcast | OB
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Wimbledon Serves up Ace Video Experiences with Brightcove Posted: 30/06/2015

The years most anticipated tennis tournament is upon us, but even if you cant be there in person, Wimbledons digital strategy is looking to offer the next best thing. To make this happen, Wimbledon is putting video at the centre of its plans.

Tags: Wimbledon | Brightcove | video
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NEP Installs Calrec Audio Console in Permanent Operation at Londons Wimbledon TV Studios Production Complex Posted: 15/05/2014
Roll to Record, NEP's U.K.-based provider of custom studios and control rooms, has installed a console from Calrec Audio in its permanent studio operation at the Wimbledon TV Studios complex in London. The permanent installation eliminates the need to install a flyaway console every time NEP does a show at Wimbledon Studios, saving both time and money.
Tags: Calrec Audio | NEP Visions | Wimbledon TV Studios
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Advantage Wimbledon with R G Jones and VDC Posted: 27/09/2013
Wimbledon - September 2013: For the millions of people all over the world enjoying the excitement and breathtaking skills on show at this years Wimbledon Tennis Championships, the mystery of how such a stunning event is relayed to the millions watching on TV and those fortunate enough to be in the arena, probably never crosses their mind. For Wimbledon based sound engineering specialists R G Jones however it is always in their thoughts. R G Jones are responsible for the miles of cabling carrying audio and video signals from the famous old courts to the stands and beyond and carrying the sounds of the courts to the BBC for broadcast worldwide.  
Tags: cable | audio | sport | wimbledon | VDC | Van Damme | R G Jones | tennis
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Riedels Artist and Acrobat Systems Enable Extensive Communications Network at 2013 Wimbledon Championships Posted: 05/09/2013
Riedel Communications, provider of pioneering real-time video, audio, data, and communications networks, today announced that its Artist and Acrobat intercom systems were used throughout the 2013 Wimbledon Championships to facilitate communications across the All England Lawn Tennis Club. RG Jones Sound Engineering, provider of all live audio and communications solutions for the tournament, deployed the Riedel intercom solutions for use by Hawk-Eye operators, statistics collectors, scoreboard operators, and other staff, including the team supporting on-court presentations following the victory of the U.K.'s Andy Murray over world No. 1 Novak Djokovic in the men's final.
Tags: Riedel Communications | Artist | Acrobat | Intercom | Wimbledon | RG Jones | IBC 2013 | IBC 2013
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Sony supports equipping of BT Sport studios at Queen Elizabeth II Park Posted: 26/07/2013

Sony has today announced a technology tie-up with BT Sport through BTs Lead partnership with Timeline Television which will see the company provide the latest High Definition camera and support equipment for the new BT Sport facility located at Queen Elizabeth II Park. Sonys advanced technology solution will see three Sony MVS-7000X Vision Mixers, five MVS-3000 Vision Mixers, fifteen HDC-2400 studio cameras, as well as the latest Sony TriMaster OLED monitors rolled out across the three new studios at the facility. Sony has worked in close partnership with Megahertz, systems integrator on the project, and the BT Sport project team to design and implement the most robust technical solution at the new facility which will support the launch of the new BT Sport channels on 1st August.

Tags: sony | BT Sport | Queen Elizabeth | Olympic | Timeline | MVS-7000x | MVS-3000 | HDC-2400 | TriMaster | OLED | ESPN | UEFA | Dave Dougall | Confederations Cup | Wimbledon | Jamie Hindhaugh
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NEP Visions Scores an Advantage With Calrec at Wimbledon Posted: 02/07/2013
Calrec Audio announced today that British outside broadcast (OB) specialist NEP Visions is using a network of Calrec digital consoles to provide HD and 3D coverage at the Wimbledon Championships, the oldest tennis tournament in the world.
Tags: Calrec Audio | NEP Visions | Wimbledon
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Sony to show the future of the broadcast industry at IBC2013 Posted: 02/07/2013

Sony has announced that it will be returning to IBC this September to showcase how it is continuing to deliver on its beyond definition vision through innovative products and services.

IBC2013 gives Sony the opportunity to share its vision for the broadcast industry. Through exciting developments in technology, products, solutions and services, Sony is pushing the boundaries of what is possible and creating a world beyond definition. Sony will be showing how it is working with the industry to help meet consumer demand for content rich formats such as 4K and allowing its customers to take the lead in content creation and distribution.

Tags: Sony | IBC | broadcast | 4K | FIFA | Confederations Cup | Wimbledon | AELTC | John Lennon | PROduction awards | Olivier Bovis | IBC 2013 | IBC 2013
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Eyeheight multi-rate video keyer serves digital graphics at Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships Posted: 27/06/2013

Eyeheight returns to the field this week for the latest in a series of recent sport successes. A DK-2 multi-rate linear downstream keyer from the geNETics range is on duty in southwest London, providing digital graphics to support live transmission of the 2013 Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships. Equipped with a VP-10 video T-bar module and installed in an FB-9E chassis, the keyer is being used by a major outside-broadcast service provider to process overlays such as contestant identifiers which can be faded in and out over the live action.

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Camera Corps robotic cameras systems to televise the action at Wimbledon Posted: 27/06/2013

Robotic cameras and control systems from Camera Corps (a Vitec Group company) have been chosen as key elements in coverage of the 2013 Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships. Q-Ball remotely controlled pan/tilt/zoom/focus cameras, MiniShot remote pan/tilt heads with Hitachi DKH-100 cameras, long-range optical and electro-optical video/audio links, joystick control panels and RCP remote camera control panels are being installed for the duration of the event.

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Wohler Distributor HHB supplies NEP Visions with audio monitors for London 2012 Olympics Posted: 30/07/2012

HHB Communications has supplied OB provider NEP Visions with 26 Wohler AMP1-16-M audio monitoring units (AMU) that will be used for high-profile sporting events, including London 2012 Olympics, the Wimbledon Tennis Championships and Premier League football.

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Decode 3D event a great success Posted: 30/09/2011

Decode MD Samuel Martin has reported that their recent 2D/3D Open Day/Training Day was a great success. We had a fully booked event. There was an interesting mix ranging from rig technicians, stereographers and producers people from production companies across the board to students wanting to learn more about 3D production. They had a chance to look at our new facilities and get familiar with our 3D mirror rigs as well as discussing with our own experienced 3d rig tech and stereographer the advantages of the rigs. I personally feel that it was a great advantage to be able to meet current and future clients in person and discuss in an informal and relaxed way their questions and future requirements. I am looking forward to our next open day that will be organized within the next couple of months.

Tags: Decode | 3Dcode | Wimbledon Studios | Arri Alexa | Open Day | 3D training | Samuel Martin | Sam Martin | 3D mirror rig | D-Rex | training day | stereographer | 3D tech | Mk-V steadicam | 3D rental | 3D sales | 3D expertise
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Decode offers 3D Rig Training Day Posted: 02/09/2011
Samuel Martin, MD of Decode and 3Dcode specialist 2D/3D Rental and Sales companies has announced an open 3D training day featuring Decode equipment and personnel. The event will be co-ordinated with an open day held by Wimbledon Studios on the same day, Friday September 16th.
Tags: Decode | 3Dcode | 3D | 3D expertise | 3D kit rental | Wimbledon Studios | 3D training | free training | Samuel Martin | Sam Martin | Arri Alexa | RED | RED MX | D-REX | 3D mirror rigs | 3D kit sales | Decode training | Wimbledon Studios open day
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3Dcode opens Barcelona office to serve Italy, Portugal and Spanish speaking countries Posted: 18/08/2011
Decode, London 3D specialist rental company has opened a base in Barcelona as a further step in their expansion. The office will operate under the 3Dcode banner, which is the new 3D equipment sales arm of Decode.

Tags: Decode | 3Dcode | 3Dcode Barcelona office | Julian Crivelli | 3D kit rental | 3D expertise | Wimbledon Studios | Samuel Martin | 3D mirror rigs | D-Raptor | D-Rex | 3D rig rental
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Game, set and match at Wimbledon with RTS TELEX Posted: 01/08/2011
Wimbledon – the place at which the most sensational and dramatic chapters of tennis history have been written. Wimbledon symbolizes everything tennis has to offer: euphoria, drama, glamour and tradition. For every year since 1876, the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club has hosted the tournament at the end of June and the beginning of July, gaining the keen interest of sports fans around the world. It's a competition with a highly individual flavour, not simply because all the matches are played on grass but also because of the strictness with which its many traditions are respected.

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